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HPA still grey area

Post by acdc2006 on Sat Sep 09, 2017 12:04 pm

There is still grey area regarding HPA and GBB Weapons

Part of the PCA states that airsoft weapons must not be ‘readily convertible’ to fire over the limits with ‘everyday household tools’.

Airsoft HPA regulator could be illegal

Both HPA and GBB weapons can very simply be made to fire over these limits by using more powerful gas for GBB weapons and adjusting the regulator for HPA. Neither of which requires any special knowledge or tools. Infact, GBB users will often find themselves accidentally firing over site limits purely due to temperature changes.

How GBB and HPA weapons fall into the PCA 2017 is still being considered and debated.

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